Brooklyn Nets versus New York Knicks NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The battle of New York will air over national television from NBA pro basketball on Wednesday April 2nd as the Brooklyn Nets hit the road to face the New York Knicks. The Nets and Knicks will get things started from Madison Square Garden in New York City at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the telecast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Knicks favored by -2 ½ points with an over under line set at 195 ½ points. Those wagering on the New York Knicks on the money line will lay -140 odds with the take back on the Brooklyn Nets at +120 odds with a money line wager.

In this contest the New York Knicks will have the benefit of rest while the Brooklyn Nets hosted and defeated the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night. The New York Knicks have some life left this regular season with a record of 32-43. The team is just one game behind the eighth seeded Atlanta Hawks for the final playoff berth in the Eastern conference with just seven games remaining on the schedule. The Hawks will be hosting Chicago on Wednesday so with a win here the Knicks could be in a flat-footed tie with the Hawks for the final playoff spot. Brooklyn with their win on Tuesday night has clinched a playoff spot and is playing for seeding down the stretch. The Nets are sitting in the fifth seed and has 1 ½ games to make up on the Chicago Bulls or Toronto Raptors to claim a four seed and home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. New York faces a tough spot as well as the Knicks will be playing their first home game after a five game west coast trip where the team finished off with a 92-83 road victory at Utah on Monday. So after that long trip the Knicks have just one rest day to get ready for the rival in the Brooklyn Nets.

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